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[texts]A sermon, delivered by request of Quinebaug Lodge, F. & A.M., at a special service in recognition of St. John's day. Evangelical Free Church, Southbridge, June 28, 1903 - Hayward, Silvanus, 1828-1908
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[texts]History of the town of Gilsum, New Hampshire from 1752 to 1879 - Hayward, Silvanus, 1828-1908

Keywords: Gilsum (N.H.) -- History; Gilsum (N.H.) -- Genealogy
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[texts]History of the town of Rochester, New Hampshire, from 1722 to 1890 (Volume 1) - McDuffee, Franklin
NHamp copy two is in the Mary P. Thompson library which contains books and periodicals that she gathered during her lifetime. A graduate of Mt. Holyoke, Mary P. Thompson later became an Ursuline nun. After returning to Durham in 1877, she wrote several books and many articles on local history, genealogy, and Roman Catholicism. During her lifetime her library was thought the "finest and rarest collection of books and manuscripts in the State of New Hampshire."
Keywords: Rochester (N.H.) -- Biography; Rochester (N.H.) -- History
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[texts]History of the town of Rochester, New Hampshire, from 1722 to 1890 (Volume 2) - McDuffee, Franklin
NHamp copy two is in the Mary P. Thompson library which contains books and periodicals that she gathered during her lifetime. A graduate of Mt. Holyoke, Mary P. Thompson later became an Ursuline nun. After returning to Durham in 1877, she wrote several books and many articles on local history, genealogy, and Roman Catholicism. During her lifetime her library was thought the "finest and rarest collection of books and manuscripts in the State of New Hampshire."
Keywords: Rochester (N.H.) -- Biography; Rochester (N.H.) -- History
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[texts]History of the town of Rochester, New Hampshire, from 1722 to 1890 - McDuffee, Franklin, 1832-1880
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[texts]History of the town of Rochester, New Hampshire, from 1722 to 1890 (Volume 1) - McDuffee, Franklin, 1832-1880

Keywords: Rochester (N.H.) -- Biography; Rochester (N.H.) -- History
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[texts]History of the town of Rochester, New Hampshire, from 1722 to 1890 - McDuffee, Franklin. [from old catalog]

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[texts]Record of the centennial celebration of the incorporation of the town of Dunbarton, N.H., on Wednesday, September 13, 1865 - Dunbarton (N.H. : Town)

Keywords: Dunbarton (N.H. : Town) -- Centennial celebrations, etc
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